Gates Ajar at Como Park in St. Paul, Minnesota, 1908 Archival Matte Paper Poster & Hanger
The Gates Ajar is a mosaiculture garden established in Como Park in 1894. Parks Superintendent Frederick Nussbaumer brought the idea of Gates Ajar from European parks where such displays were familiar religious horticultural features. Gates Ajar still exists today, albeit in a slightly different spot at Como Park.
A high-quality poster and a beautiful hanger. Each hanger includes four wooden sticks, two that clamp the top of your print and two that clamp the bottom, and a premium leather cord that matches the hanger color. Strong magnets securely grip your artwork, while easily allowing the customer to change the art whenever is needed.
- Magnetic design holds your poster without damaging it.
- 250 gsm / 110 lb matte (uncoated) archival paper
- Premium leather cord matches the hanger color.
Note: The hanger and poster are delivered together. The poster needs to be mounted by the end recipient.